Northeast Scientific, Inc. and EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp. Offer Surgical Package Renewal for the Repackaging and Re

WATERBURY, Conn. & FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Northeast Scientific, Inc., provider of resterilization and repackaging of medical devices, has established a dedicated sales channel relationship with EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp. to offer the best-in-class solution for Surgical Package Renewal to the healthcare supply chain. Resterilization and repackaging of Open-But-Unused, Breached and Date-Expired medical device packaging provides reduced healthcare expenses, minimization of unnecessary contribution to U.S. landfills and cost containment to America’s hospitals and surgery centers. EXP will aggressively expand its sales offering to include bringing Surgical Package Renewal to U.S. healthcare facilities.

"EXP and Northeast Scientific are innovative leaders in the healthcare market," said EXP CEO Gus Changaris. "Teaming with Northeast Scientific enables us to deliver an additional significant advantage to hospitals and surgery centers across America. This new relationship will enhance and expand the services of both companies and improve the overall cost containment, waste generation minimization and overall efficiency of the healthcare supply chain.”

Surgical Package Renewal is a simple-to-use, web-based returns service that provides comprehensive notification, distribution and management of medical devices being renewed through an FDA-approved sophisticated cleanroom process.

EXP provides reverse distribution services for the return and destruction of expired and recalled pharmaceuticals. EXP serves hospital, government, independent retail, chain-store, clinic, and long-term-care pharmacies. Today, EXP is providing on-site returns and consulting services to nearly 70 percent of all U.S. hospitals. The lessons we have learned from our 18 years in the pharmaceutical reverse distribution area correlates so well to the tracking of healthcare facility assets seen in unused medical devices. Often these 'clean devices' are wasted or donated and now they can be restocked to improve cash flow, limit negative environmental impact and provide cost containment,” says Nadine You, President of EXP.

“We are excited about our partnership with EXP to include their direct sales of the Surgical Package Renewal program for unused medical devices,” says Craig Allmendinger, CEO of Northeast Scientific, Inc. “The quality and efficiency of our FDA inspected facility in Waterbury, Ct., coupled with the broad in reach into America’s hospitals and surgery centers provided by EXP, provides this cost-saving initiative across the country.”

About EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp.

EXP is a pharmacy services company specializing in Pharmaceutical Returns Services, Pharmaceutical Physical Inventory Services, Pharmaceutical Recall Management Systems, Pharmaceutical Waste Management Systems, Specialty Floor Mat Sales and Surgical Package Renewal. To learn more, please visit www.expworld.com.

About Northeast Scientific, Inc.

NES is an FDA registered reprocessor of single-use medical devices with operations in CT. The company reprocesses clinically soiled devices such as trocars and orthopedic shaver blades and specializes in the repackaging and resterilization of Open-But-Unused, Breached and Date-Expired devices. To learn more please visit: www.mdreprocess.com.

EXP and Northeast Scientific offer Surgical Package Renewal -- a safe, effective and renewable program for Open-But-Unused, Breached and Date-Expired packaging of medical devices. For more information, visit www.surgicalpackagerenewal.com.



CONTACT:

EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp.
Kirk Herweck, 866-397-4797
VP, Business Development
[email protected]
or
Northeast Scientific, Inc.
Carl Rodia, 703-610-2002
President
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California  Connecticut

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Hospitals  Medical Devices  Pharmaceutical  Medical Supplies

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